The West Baton Rouge Museum is excited to continure offering its Old Time Music Open Jam on Sunday, January 10, 2021 from 3-5PM. In the months to follow, jams will take place on the second Sunday of each month. This jam will take place outdoors with musicians on the covered porch of the museum's Juke Joint and guests under the shade of sprawling oak trees. In the event of inclement weather, this program will be moved to the museum's open-air barn on campus.
As part of ots cultural offerings, West Baton Rouge Museum is hosting this program to allow musicians to informally play acoustic intruments including but not limited to guitar, bass, fiddle, dulcimer, and accordion to name a few. No amps please, As space allows, this jam session will be open for any musician to join in to play tunes including Old Country, Bluegrass, and folk music. The public is invited to listen in as they stroll through the museum's campus. To insure the health and safty of all and a contactless experience, musicians and visitors alike should bring their own lawn chairs, masksand refreshments. This program is FREE and open to the public.